I found a new blog, Andrew Cusak, thanks to Tea at Trianon.
He alerts us to a new film version of Waugh's masterpiece coming this summer. Here is the trailer.
Some say that the BBC version is the best literary work ever brought to screen. The dialogs are are all there, and most of the descriptions. Cordelia’s entire and crucially Catholic conversation. In any event I never did like Jeremy Irons–I like the looks of this Ryder better. But if the film doesn’t show the bedside repentance/conversion scene, or worse yet, the final redemption of Sebastian– what a nasty betrayal towards Waugh.